We have a large team of medical, nursing, allied health and administrative staff.

  • Medical imaging has over 350 dedicated and highly trained professionals 
  • Our team is focused on caring for our patients at every step of their imaging journey
  • Most of our services are provided at no cost to the patient

We have more than 350 highly skilled professionals, including radiologists, radiographers, sonographers, nurses and administration staff. 


Radiologists are specialist medical doctors trained to interpret x-rays and other medical imaging tests. They diagnose and carry out treatments using ultrasound, x-rays, CT scans, MRIs and other imaging technology. A radiologist interprets the findings of your imaging to assist in making a diagnosis.


Radiographers are allied health professionals who take x-rays and other medical images to assist doctors in diagnosing diseases and injuries. They are also known as medical imaging technologists. A radiographer does your scan.

Nuclear medicine technologists

Nuclear medicine technologists are highly trained in assessing the physiology of the body. Their role involves a wide range of clinical and laboratory activities such as scanning patients, cell labelling, in vitro procedures, radiopharmaceutical production and safe handling of radioactive materials. This requires a thorough understanding of anatomy and physiology, physics, chemistry and radiobiology.

An NMT is required to apply this knowledge to safely performing diagnostic scanning and testing, as well as therapeutic treatments for various illnesses.


A sonographer performs specialised diagnostic examinations using high frequency ultrasound (sonography). People may require ultrasound scans for a range of conditions from pregnancy to more complex health conditions as prescribed by their health practitioner.


Medical imaging nurses are experienced professionals who specialise in radiology and nuclear medicine nursing. They play a vital role in caring for patients undergoing diagnostic and interventional procedures, they practice within all modalities including CT, MRI, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, angiography, mammography, PET and nuclear medicine. 

Medical imaging nurses provide nursing assessment, peri procedural monitoring, administration and management of conscious sedation, as well as procedural preparation and scrub scout assistance.


Our medical receptionists play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth running of the service.

Last updated 07 February 2023